A comprehensive account of the rise and progress of the blessed reformation of the Christian church by Doctor Martin Luther : began on the thirty-first of October, A.D. 1517 ; interspersed with views of his character and doctrine, extracted from his books ; and how the church, established by him, arrived and progressed in North America--as also, the constitution and rules of that church, in North Carolina and adjoining states, as existing in October, 1817
Institute of Museum and Library Services, under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of Cultural Resources. Grant issued to The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as a subcontractor to Duke University, for the Religion in North Carolina project.
By resolution of the Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran German and English Church in North Carolina, 1816, the secretary, G. Shober, "was charged to compile an abbreviated history of the rise, progress and present situation of the said church"--p. iv
Fifteen hundred copies directed to be printed. cf. Pref
Constitution of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod of North Carolina, p. 101-115